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tremorous

See definition of tremorous on Dictionary.com
  • as inpalsied
  • as inshaky

synonyms for tremorous

  • debilitated
  • disabled
  • paralyzed
  • shaking
  • sick
  • trembling
  • arthritic
  • atonic
  • diseased
  • helpless
  • neurasthenic
  • paralytic
  • rheumatic
  • sclerotic
  • shaky
  • spastic
  • weak
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antonyms for tremorous

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  • healthy
  • steady
  • walking
  • definite
  • strong
  • firm
  • sound
  • safe
  • sure
  • secure
  • certain
  • happy
  • steady
  • unwavering
  • stable
  • protected
  • guarded
  • confident
  • brave
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How to use tremorous in a sentence

Nanna grasped the hands held out to her, hanging her head on one side, and smiling her tremorous, bashful smile.
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He was again a lover, still tremorous with the wonder of unsought deliverance from his dungeon of not-loving.
JOHN MARCH, SOUTHERNERGEORGE W. CABLE
Even now, putting out her tremorous feeler, she shrank back from his refusal.
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WORDS RELATED TO TREMOROUS

  • arthritic
  • atonic
  • debilitated
  • disabled
  • diseased
  • helpless
  • neurasthenic
  • paralytic
  • paralyzed
  • rheumatic
  • sclerotic
  • shaking
  • shaky
  • sick
  • spastic
  • trembling
  • tremorous
  • weak
  • churning
  • earthshattering
  • groundbreaking
  • profound
  • quaky
  • quivering
  • tectonic
  • tremorous
  • tremulous
  • tumultuous
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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